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Pigeons

Pigeons

9 steps

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Swan

Swan

8 steps

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Whale

Whale

16 steps

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Car

Car

8 steps

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Bent Over Dumbbell Lateral Raise

Bent Over Dumbbell Lateral Raise

Stand with your feet hip-width apart, knees slightly bent and dumbbells in hand. Keeping your posture, hinge at the waist and let your arms hang forward, palms facing in and elbows slightly bent. Contract your shoulder blades together as you draw the dumbbells out and back, keeping a slight bend at the elbow.

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Gunkan-maki with Tobiko

Gunkan-maki with Tobiko

Traditional gunkan maki with red flying fish roe.

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Girl

Girl

9 steps

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Pose 22

Pose 22

Pose 22

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Flower

Flower

9 steps

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Graffiti

Graffiti

23 steps

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Non-Slip Mono Knot

Non-Slip Mono Knot

The Non-Slip Mono Loop is also known as the “Kreh Loop” as it has been popularized by fishing legend Lefty Kreh. As its name suggests it forms a non-slip loop at the end of a fishing line. The loop connection to a fly or a lure can give the fly or lure more natural action. Some fishermen find the Kreh Loop easier to tie than the similar Rapala Knot and equally reliable.

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10

10

6 steps

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Nine

Nine

7 steps

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Graffiti

Graffiti

16 Steps

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Рarrot

Рarrot

9 steps

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Cherry

Cherry

16 steps

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Uramaki Wrapped in Cucumber

Uramaki Wrapped in Cucumber

A colorful roll with poached salmon and tobiko, wrapped in thin cucumber slices.

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Sheep

Sheep

11 steps

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Тwo

Тwo

6 steps

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Alex

Alex

8 steps

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Windsor

Windsor

The Windsor is the most well-known tie knot for official occasions such as business meetings, job interviews, etc. It’s a large and symmetric knot that looks good on wide collar shirts. Keep in mind that due to its width, the Windsor visually shortens the neck a bit. The knot is rather complicated in structure and might turn out too large on thick ties, so it is recommended for lighter materials. The Duke of Windsor is commonly believed to be the inventor of the knot, but in fact it was invented by the public in an attempt to copy the large Four-in-hand knot on the Duke’s tie, which was made of especially thick materials.

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Foxy

Foxy

10 steps

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Alisia

Alisia

16 steps

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Waffle

Waffle

Хрустящие домашние вафли.

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Foxy

Foxy

12 steps

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Twisted Dropper Loop

Twisted Dropper Loop

The Twisted Dropper Loop is a variation of the dropper loop. As the dropper loop the twisted dropper loop forms a loop which is off to the side of the line. In the this variation the line is twisted before the loop is created. This stiffens the line and make it stand nicely off to the side. The twisted dropper loop can be used anytime a loop is needed in the middle of your leader.

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Pose 19

Pose 19

Pose 19

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Fox boy

Fox boy

11 steps

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Pose 21

Pose 21

Pose 21

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Astrid

Astrid

11 Steps

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Planter's Wonder

Planter's Wonder

Yellow is a color of the sun, joy and the Planter’s Wonder cocktail. This mix of orange, pineapple and passion fruit juice will fill you with optimism and refresh you on a hot day.

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Cowboy Hat

Cowboy Hat

16 steps

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St. Andrew knot

St. Andrew knot

If you need a large formal knot and don’t want to deal with the Windsor, the St. Andrew knot is a good choice. It forms a wide elongated knot almost as large as the Windsor, but much easier to tie. Correctly tied and properly tightened, the knot protrudes over the collar in its bottom part which gives the tie an elegant curve. However, the knot is a bit asymmetric and not suitable for the most conservative events. It belongs to the group of knots that start with placing the tie around the neck inside-out, which also might be a disadvantage. St. Andrew looks better on ties of thick fabrics and on shirts with wide collar openings.

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Glute Bridge

Glute Bridge

The legs should be bent at an angle of 90 degrees. Do not bend your back too much.

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Spot

Spot

16 steps

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Baymax

Baymax

16 steps

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Glider

Glider

10 steps

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Ashley's Bend

Ashley's Bend

Very strong bend consisting of 2 overhand knots. Ashley’s Bend doesn’t slip even when heavily loaded, but tends to jam and can be very difficult to untie. The knot is very reliable and is extensively used in mountaineering and other extreme situations.

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Bracelet «Slanting Lines»

Bracelet «Slanting Lines»

In making the bangle «Slanting line,» you’ll learn how to make a right-angle weave. It’s stitched with two needles. The weave is not difficult, but it will demand your attention. The beadwork will be flat if you choose beads of the same size and type. Round beads will especially look good.

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Pizza with Olives

Pizza with Olives

A light and spicy pizza with pecorino romano and black olives. An extraordinary sauce with dried thyme, fresh basil and garlic enriches the flavor of the pizza without adding excessive calories.

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Raphael

Raphael

14 steps

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Glider

Glider

8 steps

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Sailboat

Sailboat

15 steps

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Audi R10

Audi R10

14 Steps

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Ghast

Ghast

6 steps

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Chicken

Chicken

20 steps

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Uramaki «California»

Uramaki «California»

A mild-tasting American roll with crab meat, cucumber and avocado.

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Sun

Sun

This bright sun made of yellow seed beads can be used as an applique on clothes. And, if you attach a cord, it can also be used as a pendant. Take a wire and round or cylindrical seed beads. It’s best to use opaque beads so the wire won’t be seen through them.

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Glider

Glider

11 steps

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Bells

Bells

12 steps

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 Elsa

Elsa

12 Steps

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Mast Hitch

Mast Hitch

A good hitch for attaching a rope to a thick post, such as a tree or a ship mast. The hitch doesn’t jam and can easily be undone, but it’s trustworthy only when the ends are permanently loaded. Seize the ends with a twine for additional security.

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Pose 11

Pose 11

Pose 11

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Fisherman’s Knot

Fisherman’s Knot

A simple and secure bend consisting of two overhand knots. The Fisherman’s knot is especially good for thin threads, but not recommended for thick nylon ones. The knot is compact, easy to tie even with wet hands and very difficult to untie. It is extensively used in fishing.

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Pigeon

Pigeon

11 steps

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Bridge

Bridge

Let’s begin a 3D drawing! If you don't have any previous experience with this kind of picture, we suggest you start with the simplest drawings, for example, a circle. When learning to draw in 3D, it’s best to use simple pencils with different grades of lead. If you can, acquire a special kit. Soft lead pencils make a darker and thicker line; hard lead pencils a thinner and lighter line. In addition, when drawing in 3D you must sometimes bear down harder and sometimes more lightly

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Uramaki «Philadelphia»

Uramaki «Philadelphia»

This roll is very popular for its elegant look and delicate taste of cream cheese and salmon.

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 Mauro

Mauro

12 steps

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 Nico

Nico

12 steps

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Rose

Rose

11 steps

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